Official: T-Mobile HTC One S launching April 25th for $200

Just moments after the device appeared on a couple of relevant website, T-Mobile has officially announced that the HTC One S will be launching April 25th for $200 after a two-year contract agreement and a $50 mail-in rebate. We ran into the HTC One S at Mobile World Congress this past February and had nothing but good things to say about it and the entire HTC One line.

\With a Snapdragon S4 by Qualcomm, Android 4.0, HTC Sense 4.0, a 4.3 inch qHD display and some really great camera features, many will want to consider the option for their next smartphone whether it be for the next two months or the next two years. Take a look at our hands-on of the international version of the device here and read on for full press details.

BELLEVUE, Wash. — April 18, 2012 — Today, T-Mobile USA, Inc. and HTC Corp. announced the highly anticipated HTC One™ S will be available at T-Mobile® stores nationwide on April 25. As HTC’s premier launch partner in the U.S., T-Mobile will be the first to offer the ultra-sleek HTC One S, which is the company’s first device to ship with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and HTC Sense™ 4.

The latest smartphone from T-Mobile to take advantage of 4G (HSPA+ 42) technology on America’s Largest 4G Network,™ the HTC One S provides T-Mobile customers with an amazing camera and authentic sound technology, plus a diverse selection of apps and services that give customers amazing 4G experiences.

With the HTC One S, customers will find a fantastic music experience that works seamlessly on T-Mobile’s 4G network. Customers can listen to their music libraries — up to 20,000 songs — straight from the cloud and purchase new music on the go with Google Play. Virtually all audio experiences sound better on the HTC One S thanks to its built-in Beats Audio™ technology, which provides a richer and more authentic sound experience whether consumers are watching movies, listening to music or playing games.

Featuring an 8-megapixel back-side illuminated camera and HTC ImageSense,™ which provides a variety of enhancements to the camera’s lens, sensor and software, the HTC One S is always ready to capture pictures in the blink of an eye. Consumers have immediate access to their cameras from their home screens and a super-fast auto focus with continuous shooting to take continuous photos at 4 frames per second simply by holding the shutter button. In addition, the smartphone enables high-quality video recording with a full high-definition (HD) 1080p camcorder and the ability to concurrently capture HD video and still images at the same time. With access to 25 GB of free cloud storage from DropBox, HTC One S customers also can bring their photos, documents and videos virtually anywhere they go and upload new content to the cloud via T-Mobile’s network or Wi-Fi. HTC One S also gives customers a new way to share their content through use of HTC’s wireless Media Link HD accessory.* The small accessory allows easy sharing of any content on the phone with any TV that supports HDMI.

Also included with the HTC One S are applications that deliver added value, utility and fun.
T-Mobile TV makes it possible to enjoy free or premium live and on-demand programs, from the hottest TV shows to kids’ programs. With the Amazon Mobile application, T-Mobile customers can search and buy millions of products directly from their device and receive special offers on select merchandise. Also highlighted is a T-Mobile-exclusive version of the popular “Where’s My Water?” game from Disney Mobile, with ten levels that can’t be played anywhere else.

The ultra-sleek and modern HTC One S will be available in gradient blue and is T-Mobile’s thinnest smartphone (7.95mm). In addition to featuring a beautiful 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED screen, the HTC One S is equipped with a 1.5GHz, dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor by Qualcomm® and access to T-Mobile’s fastest 4G (HSPA+ 42) speeds, making the HTC One S a powerful device ideal for customers seeking a fantastic mobile experience.

Availability
The HTC One S will be available on April 25 at T-Mobile retail stores, select dealers, national retailers and online at http://www.t-mobile.com for $199.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate card with qualifying two-year agreement. For more information, visit http://www.t-mobile.com/one or http://www.htc.com/us/products/htcones-tmobile.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1132938349 Nick Vega

    Its a non deal if it is not the One X! T-mobile needs to learn!

  • C-Law

    So for the same price and no painful mail in rebate process, you can get the one x on AT&T and get an hd display

    • Helgaiden

      And probably nearly double the monthly bill.

      Also, get the phone at a Best Buy or Best Buy Mobile. Voila, no mail in rebate.

      People keep complaining about the rebate, just go somewhere where you dont have to do the rebate. Problem solved.

  • http://blog.zevdesigns.com Zev

    The One S is a great phone. But it shouldnt cost the same as the One X. even if T-mobile cant subsidize the same as AT&T can.

    Actually, it costs more since its 250 before the mail in rebate.

  • Cyndi

    I LOVE HTC! The Desire was my very first HTC phone. I know have the Sensation. I really want this phone! I have T-Mobile and can’t wait to upgrade. I have seen so many people complain how HTC phones are all alike, nothing changes. I really enjoy the weather and time clock, its one of the things that caught my eye and intrigued me with my very first HTC purchase. I had other phones and constantly tried new launchers with no real sense of joy with the themes. I don’t have to change a thing with my HTC phones, very happy with the look and feel of them. Tried and true, an extremely satisfied customer! :-) Can’t wait to get this!

    • dbcad7

      I like HTC as well, and also purchased the Sensation based on my previous experience with them.. The Sensation is a nice phone as well.. “but” I have two issue with it.. The first is, that although it is a nice screen indoors, it is horrible for outdoor use,, The second is the volume rocker button that disappeared.. (am not alone), leaving me stuck on vibrate.. haven’t had time to get it fixed.. I would still consider this phone, but I would have to see it outdoors first.. The ability to take photos with a nicer camera is great, but it sure is a better experience if you can see what your taking a picture of on the screen.. my old mytouch (I’ll be hip and say “OG”) was better outdoors than the Sensation.

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  • JW

    Why the bell would anyone want this over the One X for relatively the same price? T Mobile needs to pull its head out of its rear.

  • REVS

    this phone sucks not much of an upgrade form my sensation
    one x with expandablle memory or im goin to evoooo
     

    • johnny989

      It has a processor that’s been blowing up benchmarks (same as one x), 1080p recording, beats audio, a bigger battery than your sensation, sense 4.0, and a camera that’s being described as one of the the best phone camera’s out there. Yeah this phone sucks alright…..

      • ReverseRoxas

        There’s someone who knows what their talking about. Hats off to you, sir.

      • Järpen Fäviken

        LOL :)

  • Lauren Berns

    One-X, T-mobile.

  • amaroth amaroth

    T-Mobile is much cheaper than AT&T and Verizon.. I miss having T-Mobile but their coverage isn’t as extensive as Verizon in my experience.
    Point being, you wont be saving any money by getting the One X on AT&T over the One S on T-mobile.

  • Powsniffer0110

    You’re all retarded compairing.this to at&t deal. Double the monthle cost like someone pointed out PLUS that OneX is got the same S4? Same processor with true HD?? AGGGGgggg. Way slower. Way more output.needed. and they’re both 199.99 stupppppidd

  • Rob

    Johnny989 has it dead on. Look at the reviews, the comments on reviews. Most actually favor the One S over the One X. It beat it on most bench mark tests as well. And that was against the real One X not the sorta One X At&t is getting.

  • yankeesrule587

    is TMO getting the one X ?

  • Rob

    Yankeesrule 587, the most recent “rumor” is that the One X will hit T-Mobile but as a rebrand/rename.

    • ingram1225

      yes most likely as the G24 or a myTouch of some sorts. 

  • Järpen Fäviken

    Most, if not all, reviews I’ve read by the pros are very positive of the One S. But in here folks are complaining. What gives? Is the grass always greener at AT&T? I welcome this phone and I think HTC is a very creative and reliable company.